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He's the forum's spelling champion. Really.HexHammer wrote:I'm the inquisitor around here, I'll burst people's bubbles, so if you like such personallity, you better put me on ignore.
- Sat Feb 01, 2014 4:30 pm
- Forum: Ethical Theory
- Topic: WAYS TO BE WRONG and how to be RIGHT
- Replies: 26
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Hi, Hex-Hammer I already answered these questions. You just did not read carefully. One of the wiki sites is the biography of a philosopher - who I knew personally. I gave the link to that in one of my recent posts. The University was just given in a reply to your earlier request. Read ! p.s. Why d...
I was hoping he see that I had no choice in the matter.3Sum wrote: Getting violent I see. I guess he wouldn't take you to court, instead he'd take a machete and decapitate you. Cause he has the free will to do so
- Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:36 am
- Forum: General Philosophical Discussion
- Topic: Hitler, Wagner, and Nietzsche
- Replies: 20
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Would Nietzsche have approved of Hitler's will to power? Aside from the obvious racism which Nietzsche was staunchly against that is. It's not the will to power he'd have a problem with, since it's an integral part of his philosophy. I do believe he'd oppose the extreme measures Hitler called for i...
In other words, I might *think* I chose to go to lunch, but it was actually a product of my stomach pains, which were a product of my having eaten too early, which were a product of my having gotten up to early, which was a product of my having slept badly, which was a product of my having watched ...
Yet if Determinism is true, then even what you call an "internal cause" is actually, secretly, the long-term product of an "external cause". In that case, the distinction disappears again. In other words, I might *think* I chose to go to lunch, but it was actually a product of my stomach pains, whi...
Compatibilism (W.T. Stace) offers a possible way out of this age old dilemma. If the cause of said event is internal, resulting actions are determined by ourselves . Just a thought. So we choose to determine what those actions will be? Not always. I can decide to leave the room for lunch (internal ...
Compatibilism (W.T. Stace) offers a possible way out of this age old dilemma. If the cause of said event is internal, resulting actions are determined by ourselves. Just a thought.